A couple of things to share with you today. A Cream Cheese video tutorial and a cheese making DVD that I have just created.
Firstly, the cheese. I have made this about five times now, and this delicious cream cheese cannot even be compared to the stuff you buy in the store. No additives, no artificial anything, just milk, vegetable rennet, salt, and culture. It has an amazing flavour.
Quite frankly, I have never tasted anything like it, but then I am the one who made it. Fantastic as a replacement for butter, even better on toast, once made it stores well in the fridge for about a week. If you are after the cream cheese recipe, you can find it over at Little Green Cheese, my cheese making blog.
Now for those who enjoy my videos, I have something special that I have been working on. I have created the first volume of a cheese making DVD series. I figure that not everyone has the bandwidth on their Internet connection to watch YouTube videos, and sometimes it is handy to have a DVD version. I know that I love re-watching my copies of Cheese Slices by Will Studd when I get the urge to make cheese or eat some fine cheese. Certainly easier than searching for it on YouTube.
Anyway, here is the cover art, which I am quite proud of. It even looks professional (that’s because it is!).
It will be available on our store in a couple of days, after I finish the printing and disk production. I am only going to do a limited run to start will (about 10 copies @ $15 each) to see how they go. If popular enough, I will create an Intermediate collection, then an Advanced Collection of cheese making video tutorials. Let me know if you think this is worthwhile.
All this video production and creation certainly kept me busy over the weekend! It was too hot to play in the garden anyway.
Addendum: DVD now available on Little Green Workshops. Get ’em while they are hot!